Technology

Smart office buildings: what features do people really want?

How much do people really know about smart offices – and what features would they like to see? A British Land survey of more than 1,000 London office workers seeks some answers

Smart messaging: making software and interfaces our friends

In the third and final of a series of posts from architects BVN on the digital revolution affecting the workplace, the focus switches to the potential for improving human experience

The pixel democracy: giving millennials a voice at the table

Mezzanine, an immersive visual system for remote collaboration from Oblong Technologies, is based on research with a young workforce requiring swift, immediate sharing

If you’re talking about digital, it’s already too late…

George Muir is a futurist with IKEA. As he told delegates at WORKTECH London 2016, a fourth industrial revolution is just around the corner…

The Dropbox doctrine: build bridges, not islands

Aditya Agarwal, Chief Technology Officer at Dropbox, shares his thoughts on how enterprise software must work across all platforms and applications – and focus more fully on the workplace to raise productivity